TODAY'S TMJ4 asked Adamczyk what he does in a day.
"The main duty I have is serving on that board of commissioners of public lands -- and for me, its been an issue I've taken seriously," Adamczyk said. "I mean we only have a couple conference calls a month."
The treasurer's office used to be in charge of managing the state's unclaimed property refunds, but that program was turned over to the department of revenue just before Adamczyk was sworn in. The treasurer was also in charge of managing Wisconsin's college savings program. The department of administration took over that years ago.
TODAY'S TMJ4 asked Adamczyk what powers may be restored. He says that could take time.
"There might even may be a committee on it over the summer, I don't know, but its going to be up to the legislative session to figure out what duties if any do come back," Adamczyk said.
Adamczyk says he plans to keep his promise of stepping down after this term. He also promised to give back 25-percent of his salary.
"Have you done that?" asked TODAY'S TMJ4 reporter Julia Fello. "Not the full [amount], but I'm making steps towards it. I've already given back $10,000 and by the end of my term I will have given back all 25-percent after taxes, I will," said Adamczyk.
Adamczyk removed two positions from the office. He says it will save our state more than one million tax payer dollars by the end of his term.
Adamczyk plans to run for political office again -- but it will not be for state treasurer.